Property: Valor Homes thinks outside the box with hotly anticipated Foxfield Hall

Well known developer DMD Developments has rebranded as Valor Homes but their philosophy of building elegant family homes to the highest possible standard remains the same.

With two Pride in the Job awards and a Seal of Excellene under their belts, the firm continues to go from strength to strength with their recent expansion and they’re in the process of unveiling their latest offering.

Foxfield Hall, on the Moneymore Road close to the Magerafelt bypass, epitomises everything that’s good about the type of developments Valor Homes believe in.

The emphasis is on innovative design, using only the very best materials and experienced local tradesmen, ensuring meticulous attention to detail in each and every new home.

With many years experience, Valor Homes is focussed on customer care, working closely with them to ensure their new homes are tailored to their desires.

Coming this March, Foxfield Hall’s glorious design will be matched by a location that brings numerous benefits to families and professionals. Its strategic position is ideal for the road networks linking one part of the country to the other, so if you’re working in Belfast, Derry or somewhere inbetween, the major commuter issue is one box firmly ticked.

Whether it’s a jaunt through the grounds of Springhill House (pictured), a scenic drive on Glenelly Road through the Sperrins, venturing to Bellaghy and the Seamus Heaney Centre or going further north to Portrush and the Antrim Coast, Magherafelt in the heart of Mid Ulster is a gateway to a life enriched by beauty, heritage and opportunity.

Closer to home, Magherafelt is a town brimming with a great night-life, restaurants, shopping centres, leisure centres and of course very friendly people.

Surrounded with enormous potential and providing luxurious living within the walls of Foxfield Hall’s exquisitely presented homes, the development fulfil’s every role you could imagine from modern living.

You can register your interest in Foxfield Hall through selling agents Burns & Co ( or Paul Birt (